Pinterest
Working out and working it out The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood

Working out and working it out The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood nails pervasive objectification of women and internalized misogyny.

Margaret Atwood nails pervasive objectification of women and internalized misogyny.-woah i identify w/ this deep down

"I've tried to put some of the good things in as well...."  Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood.

I love this quote, because she sees flowers as a good thing, yet they are the very symbol of fertility.

Margaret Atwood - pedestal (though the "pedestal" is only accessible to white/privileged women)

They think if we get equal rights, they'll be the ones being oppressed because they're no longer higher than us.

.~ Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale

~ Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale

I certainly will! and it's not the people they think they stole that I want back. they're not worthy of my wanting them back. it's all the other stuff these cons stole from me like my privacy, my reputation and all the other things they do to try to reduce my quality of life but fail to,  and uh oh yeah, these delusional insecure wackos fail to do this every day. They're very insecure and desperate people who search for acceptance and approval anyway they can

Hideous Gangstalking- "I take back what you have stolen" -Margaret Atwood

"Love is choosing, the snake said. The kingdom of God is within you because you ate it."

to be lit up from within, vein by vein, to be the sun" - Margaret Atwood - Shine

Margaret Atwood, “November”

“Kill what you can’t save what you can’t eat throw out what you can’t throw out bury What you can’t bury give away what you can’t give away you must carry with you it is always heavier than you.